A research agency boss has joined the board of trustees at children’s charity Tree of Hope to bring his expertise in branding, marketing and communication strategies.
Tim Daplyn, managing director of Red Brick Research, based in Tunbridge Wells, has supported the organisation, also based in the town, for a number of years.
He advises clients like Imperial College, Warwick University, UCL and Durham – and has also done work for Sony, Birmingham City Council and the NHS.
Tree of Hope, which helps families raise money for medical procedures for children, is searching for one more person to join its board.
Mr Daplyn said: “The fundraising opportunities that Tree of Hope offers make all the difference.
“They’ve made possible life-changing treatments and therapies for hundreds of children.
“I have three young children myself and, thank goodness, they are all healthy. I’m so grateful for that and want to help other parents whose children have more complex needs.”